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The view and location are fantastic, the hotel itself built with stone, very interesting building, nice spacious rooms, great beds. Excellent breakfast, different every day, offering local products from Mani area. Restaurant also very good, although service was kind of slow. Staff very friendly and...More
Gerolimenas is a lovely place and this hotel is a great spot to enjoy some quiet days in Mani. Its a hotel with personality, lots of history and the situation just a bit out of Gerolimenas center is fantastic.
The hotel location and the buildings are lovely. The room we had was comfortable and overlooked the water. The big surprise was how unfriendly the management was. I felt that there was an air of indifference to me as a guest. Even when checking out...More
High end resort in a picturesque town at the very end of the rugged mani peninsula. We arrived by boat. Driving wouldn't have been as enjoyable a trip. Town is charming, quiet. Interesting historical buildings and ruins nearby. Pristine blue Mediterranean at your feet but...More
We were told that the car journey from the airport to this lovely hotel was 90 minutes. It isn't. I'm no slouch at the wheel but the majority of the journey is full of twists and turns, often barely getting out of 3rd gear. Not...More
Response from Peter_Wello | Reviewed this property |
Hi Ron, Most rooms have access to their own balcony area with table chairs and umbrella nearby. But it is not private in the sense of access from the room only. Guests generally made use of sun lounges by the pool or down by... More
Hi Ron, Most rooms have access to their own balcony area with table chairs and umbrella nearby. But it is not private in the sense of access from the room only. Guests generally made use of sun lounges by the pool or down by the water on the stone jetty.
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"Some rooms have a lot of steps to get to them, others have shared balconies"